Tiffany Dowell Lashmet – Texas A&M Agrilife Extension

6500 Amarillo Blvd. West
Amarillo, Texas 79106, United States

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Local Fracking Bans May Impact Ranchers

Local bans on oil and gas production and fracking are being passed across the country. New Mexico, Texas, Pennsylvania, Colorado, and New York are examples of just a few of the states in the news within the last year because of…more
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Pipeline Easement Negotiation Checklist

This checklist was drafted to assist landowners and attorneys in the pipeline easement negotiation process. View all checklists drafted by Tiffany Dowell Lashmet at http://agrilife.org/texasaglaw…more
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Rural Texas Water Pipeline to San Antonio Approved Despite Controversy

This article was first posted on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog: http://agrilife.org/texasaglaw A controversial pipeline that will pump groundwater from rural Texas and transport it to San Antonio was recently approved…more
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Opinion Outlines Adverse Possession Law in Texas

This article was first posted on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog: http://agrilife.org/texasaglaw Adverse possession--by which one person can gain legal title to the land of another--is a controversial legal doctrine and one…more
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Grazing Lease Checklist

Grazing leases are common among landowners and livestock producers across the United States, particularly across the West. It is important for grazing leases to be in writing in order to protect the interests of both parties. …more
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Hunting Lease Checklist

Hunting leases have become big business across the United States. This checklist outlines numerous terms that should be considered by practitioners, landowners, or hunters in drafting and negotiating hunting leases. *This…more
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Texas Appellate Court Rules No Accommodation Doctrine for Groundwater

*This article was first published on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog; http://agrilife.org/texasaglaw The Amarillo Court of Appeals has determined that the accommodation doctrine is not applicable to groundwater…more
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Public Right to Use Waterways in Texas

*This article was first posted on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog at http://agrilife.org/texasaglaw.* This article answers the question of whether, under Texas law, a person may use (fish, canoe, kayak, etc.) in a stream or…more
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San Antonio Court of Appeals Addresses Shut-In Royalty Clause

*This article was originally posted on the Texas Agricultural Law Blog at http://agrilife.org/texasaglaw.* The San Antonio Court of Appeals recently addressed the scope of a shut-in royalty clause in an oil and gas lease. …more
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An Ag Lawyer's Advice for Potential Law School Applicants

*This article was originally posted on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog http://agrilife.org/Texasaglaw.* A few pieces of advice about the application process for those students considering law school…more
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Attorney General Opinion Concerns New Mexico Landowners

*This article was published on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog http://agrilife.org/texasaglaw.* The New Mexico Attorney General issued an opinion answering the question of whether a private landowner may exclude others from…more
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Important Victory for Texas Landowners in Eminent Domain Case

*This article was published on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog http://agrilife.org/texasaglaw.* A Texas jury recently awarded $1.6 million to landowners in a case involving a dispute over the correct measure of compensation…more
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Texas Court of Appeals Decision Illustrates Importance of Royalty Language

This article was originally published on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog: http://agrilife.org/texasaglaw A recent decision by the San Antonio Court of Appeals illustrates the importance of specificity in drafting royalty…more
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Texas Supreme Court to Hear Landmark Underground Trespass Case

Tomorrow (January 7, 2014) the Texas Supreme Court will hear arguments in an important, landmark case involving the intersection of private property rights and oil and gas production. Does Texas recognize a cause of action for…more
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Understanding Groundwater Conservation Districts in Texas

Learn about Groundwater Conservation Districts in Texas, including their history, creation, responsibilities, and powers. These GCDs are the preferred method of regulating groundwater in Texas and their rules govern over 85% of…more
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